Closer look at Sig Sauer’s most popular EDC, the P365

Closer look at Sig Sauer’s most popular EDC, the P365

Last year Sig Sauer has unveiled what was supposed to be the “ultimate EDC.” It quickly became one of their most requested EDC firearms in the wake of the P320 public relations nightmare, “dropgate.”

The P365 is a striker-fired micro-compact 9mm that’s basically the Sig version of a Glock G43. The pistol comes with a 10 round flush-fit magazine, but 12-round extended magazines can be purchased for an additional $55. The P365 also features a slim rail for under-barrel flashlights and lasers.

Sig’s website describes their new pistol, “Introducing the game changing P365 High-Capacity Micro-Compact. The revolutionary new concealed carry pistol that gives you more capacity, more concealability and more capability. It’s the one gun you can carry every day of the year.”

“As a company, we are relentless in our quest to be better – to constantly improve upon our existing products and to design and build superior products than those currently on the market,” said Sig President Ron Cohen. “The P365 is a result of this push. We built this pistol around our new, proprietary magazine for maximum concealability, capacity and shootability. The P365 is a pistol for professionals and civilians alike who want a smaller, high-performance pistol that does it all. This is the ultimate, everyday concealed carry pistol.”

The P365 measures 1″ wide, 5.8″ long, and 4.3″ tall with a 3.1″ barrel. It weighs 17.8 ounces empty and has an MSRP just under $600.